McAllister & Quinn has worked with domestic and global business partners interested in expanding U.S. manufacturing and R&D operations and has extensive experience in assisting stakeholders in high-tech, aerospace, and energy industries with operations site selection.
McAllister & Quinn has assisted companies to identify and negotiate economic incentives across multiple states of interest, including high-tech job training incentives, tax incentives, bond authority, and CapEx grants. The firm helps clients to identify the most valuable U.S. incentives and tax/regulatory policies that are likely to have the greatest value and impact on the location decision process. Incentives and programs include loan programs that help companies to produce advanced technology vehicles and components, tax credits for alternative energy production, grants for advanced scientific endeavors, and information technology research and testing. Additionally, there are specific programs for small and emerging businesses that help with funding, training, and technology transfer. In addition to these incentives, we then help match those with factors such as skilled workforce availability, entrepreneurialism, quality of life, technology development, R&D, public infrastructure, and public services.